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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - November 6, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume xvii. Mitchell. South Dakota monday. No be m Beh to. Isho. In i his it to Boers Are waiting for More artillery attack on Ladysmith will begin in Earnest when guns from Pretoria arrives. News comes by Carrier Pigeon Gem Cal Huller receives advices dated november ii. Which said the City was still Sale. London nov. G. The general belief i London is that the Boers Are now waiting for More guns from Pretoria before attending Lah Vsmith. The fart that sir Redvers Huller appears to have ordered a retirement from Stro Tilburg and perhaps front other places relieves to some extent the Public mind which other Wise would have been further damaged. Confidence is Felt Iii any measure that Lien Era i Huller May deem desirable. The Enow ledge that the Pigeon Post is working has also come As a Relief to the great anxiety previously Felt. The third class Cruiser pelorus has been ordered from Gibraltar to i or my and the third class Cruiser fear i less from port said to the same Point. I dispatches from Cape town anti other centers in Cape Colony indicate that the Cape dutch Are becoming very restless in consequence of the i Hoer successes. The times Iii a careful editorial to a Day on relations of the fluted states to the War in South Africa says Quot when the continent is denouncing England it is very cheering and re freshing for the English people to note the sympathy and intelligent compre Hension manifested in tile United i states. We should prize Merican sympathy in any ease inf it comes j doubly grateful when manifestly i based upon a deliberate and Well in formed judgment of the essential merits of the quarrel As Well As upon it reciprocation of kindly feelings with which englishmen regard Amel j Iran Aims and enterprises. A the american people Are not Blind j cd by the account that the Transvaal Calls it self a Republic. Thy know that Evert essential tribute of a Republic is wanting and they know also that England stands for equal Laws individual Freedom and the energetic Progress which together Maks up the re 1 publican Ideal of the americans. As England pin til pet i for the United states so the United states now j plumps for England without regard to the line drawn technicalities of the at j tor it appears that the hours have de j St roved tile railways As far Down As Knap Laar fourteen Miles North of i bet Hunlie. Hoi barred w till Rig inns. It . Natal. Nov. 2. i delayed. The hours have opened tire on lady unit ii from tin South Side with guns posted Between Olen so and general Whites Camp. Their tire in j the direction of Olen so has not thu far proved damaging. Heavy firing is now in Progress at j Ladysmith which the hours Are Shell Jug from their positions on Wroble Kloof Hill. This Side of Ladysmith. Two trains have just arrived from lady Smith. When near Dieter j fat Ion they were fired upon by the hours but were not in serious danger. The train guards re tor i that Norden Felt Quick fires were used in addition to mausers., the hours continue to Shell Colen so and tort Wylie but thus far the tiring is flit be. They have placed heavy the British government. As the Mozambique Cable is still broken it is impossible for any uncensored messages to reach Europe with tin exception of dispatches of foreign governments. And in View of the fact that an important Victory would be of the great Cost moral assistance to tile hours it j a seems obvious the Hoer sympathizers j iwo a plums of his division Hivo would make such an event known As quickly and widely As possible. The War office is making every Endeavor to communicate with Ladysmith so that news May arrive at any moment. Meanwhile Tho Best opinion is satisfied that while White keeps strictly on the defensive he will be Able to hold his own. British experts smile at tile Hoer plan of Campaign which contemplates the seizing of Durban in order to prevent tile Landing of British troops there. They say it has one fatal select namely that it ignores the British Fleet under whose guns. It is alleged. The seizure of Durban would in impossible. Move against Cape Colony. Dispatches today show that the forces of the Orange free state have general Macarthur takes magalau6 bloody fight with the insurgents. Losses of the rebels heavy Litfiy inc killed Many wounded and lot prisoners were i akan move against Dag Pun. Manila nov. 6.-10 15 a. . Columns of general Mcarthur a Divis i Ion yesterday took Magculang about six Miles Northeast of Angeles. Vol a tax accrues As at length begun to move on Cape col oily. These forces Are not Over i whelming but the dutch in the neighbourhood of Colesburg Ami burghers Dorp Are exceptionally pro Hoer and their support is evidently expected. The objective of this Force of hours probably Taam poort one of the most important strategic Railroad Points in South Africa. Naau poort it is Uii a de stood. Will be Well garrisoned and i Able to take care of itself. Trains thence to Colesburg have Ben almost suspended. Dispatches from Ladysmith though i three Days old Are regarded Here As being More cheering and Aas indicating the hours Are not disposed to come to close quarters. Oil the other hand i some people assert it is More probable the hours Are recuperating prior to a fresh onslaught on Ladysmith Asae cording to the latest news after the j artillery Duel and ineffective skirmish of to Day flu hours took up Good positions Ahi signal Hill Ami the urn Bilwani Mountain. It is understood the feeling of Security at Ladysmith has been greatly increased since the Natal guns have been mounted there in spite of the knowledge of the Garrison of the Hoerst strenuous efforts to out the Railroad South. Advices from tape town show the people there Airt beginning to realize tin seriousness of the situation Iii a Tai i. Merchants Are apprehensive a a f tin Boers overrunning the entire country a it Riel it is reported Many of them have instructed their representatives to leave Pietermaritzburg. In spite of the optimism of military limn there is 1 feeling of general Aix piety Ait pipe town. The Orange River is reported to la so swollen Flint tin drifts Are impassable and the Boers hold the Wagon Bridge at Phi ii put Olis which is the univ Means of Eros ing. Dispatches dribbling in. Tile at distil Eor from out their shots Are guns in position ail falling exhort. I p. In. Colenso at this hour is threatened by the enemy. His patrols in Advance of Hoer forces 2.000 Strong but without Field guns Are marching in a Westerly direction to Colenso. Shots have been exchanged Between the British and Hoer patrols the hit i supposed that the Ter being driven inward upon the main j St roved the Bridge body. The British patrols lost one Man killed and the Hoer patrols lost two. Messages dated november i i ates from Ladysmith. London nov. 4.�?the War Oft noon announced that belated patches from Ladysmith were coming through. Nothing has been received to Rob orate the reiterated reports Berlin of the capitulation of Feudal White. \ dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company from Pieter a Ritz Burg. Ltd t a i november i. i Ladysmith was perfectly quiet Flint numbers of women anti children had j left that evening on a passenger Tram escorted by Ahi armoured train. Another dated ape town. November i announces the Boers entered ape Colony at Corva Spruit destroying i several Bridges. The British troop ship papi Dnn which sailed for South Africa november i from Liverpool is returning having been damaged in Ai storm. Ladysmith nov. I. Afternoon a ape a town four Navail Long Range guns have been mounted Bere. Cd Olesberg nov. I. An explosion was heard this afternoon in the direction of the a Olesberg Bridge Airn it is Boers have de Oil Smith with two battalions of the seventeenth infantry two guns of the first artillery and Ai hotly of engineers advanced from Angeles. Major of Brien with Ai battalion of the seventeenth infantry and two troops of the fourth cavalry moved from Calu Lut. It colonel Smith killed la insurgents wounded 12 and captured 50, As Well a it taking Ai lot of insurgent ammunition. Major of Brien killed 4 insurgents wounded Many anti took 28 prisoners. The americans had la men wounded. Last evening a Fleet of transports and gunboats left Manila for the most i important expedition of the autumn Campaign. Its destination is supposed i to in Dago pan. Or some other Ortli Lem a Ort. General Wheaton commands with a brigade consisting of the eighteenth infantry the thirty third infantry. Two gnus of the sixth artillery anti two Gat Lings. The transport Sheridan Francisco tie Reyes Anil Aztec carry troops with the gunk iat Helena Ais escort. A dispatch Bojito was sent ahead to arrange a rendezvous with the United states Cruiser it and the other warships that Are patrolling the North coast of Luzon. The lauding will lie made Lin tier cover of the gun of the Fleet. It is assumed Lier that the purpose of the expedition is to move Down the Daguy pan Nautila Railroad toward Tarkio or it prevent Aguinaldo forces making another basis Fiir ther North. Lac Iguaran Ami Aparri Are the stronghold of the insurgents Iii the North and it i supposed Are the Points where nit St of the filibustering i parties land. Since the beginning of the hostile i tie it it a been the unanimous opinion of military experts Here that Dagupan should be laude a base of operations but sufficient troops have i heretofore been lacking. With generals Wheaton. Macarthur anti Lawton moving upon Tarlac from three different directions Ami the Mountain Hemming Iii the other Side the insurgent capital will soon become Suntena Hie. Aguinaldo May attempt to shift his Headquarters to t lie Rich tobacco country at the Northern end of the Island. Probably he May is Hie around general Lawtons front to the Southern province. A butt Mac anti Lawtons troops Aire spread across the country from Angeles to Caban-Atli.i-. It will be difficult by the gents to escape. Should the concerted operations j succeed organized insurrection on a Large scale should be at Ahi end Early i next Spring although guerrilla War fair a is Likely to continue for a Long time. No one anticipates that the in-1 will make hard Battles. The problem is to move the troops about the country to maintain transportation Ami to hold the territory gained. The moral effect of the arrival of a i Large american army is calculated up a on to sip Aguinaldo strength by desertions anti through the Buss of Imp among the supporters of the revolt i Tio Narv movement. Entries on books Etc a pledge. The question earn up on a Caiso in i Philadelphia. When a specific Loain is desired the Borrower either signs an application for a loan or make a Var bal request for a loan at tin same time submitting collateral which he j desires to pledge a Security for the loan. I Pon approval by the proper i official of the Bank to whom the ii i rower has applied for a loan the pay i ing Teller either gives the Borrower a j Cashiers Check for the amount of the j loan or the Borrower s a econ it is Ere item with the amount of the loan. The collateral which the Borrower has pledge air place in an envelope on the outside of which the Aid collateral Are listed. The loan in detail i entered on the Ioa Aii Nook of the Hank Anil such other entries a made to 1 the Tuniks Ais Are necessary. This it is stated is the general method Pur j sued by the Banks in Philadelphia As Well As by the Banks Iii new York Ami else Vav Here. In some instances no application for a loan is signed rid the collateral j a not listed on the outside of the j envelope in which tiny Aire placed but i in All cases the collateral pledged for i any loan a either listed in detail on till outside of the envelope in which they Are placed or pm the loan Ink j of the Bank Makl us the until Blit in j no instance is a promissory note used. I a letter to the Revenue agent at Philadelphia commissioner Wilson says to narc advise that in determining whether there Are any taxable i features in the manner of making i Loans As herein described the volition eng agreement should not lie consid ered As it does not refer to univ Ingle transaction Between the Bank and the Borrower but merely defines the five rights of the Bank and thrower. It i not a pledge am therefore not subject to Taxa i j such nor does it embody a Jajw attorney. A i a Der the paragraph of sell a beginning with the Worth i Gage or a tax i Huq any pledge of personal property where same shall be made As a Security for the payment of univ definite Ami Cital ii sum of Money Lent at the time j and this office holds that when cart a Iii a collateral As a lie Nee both endorse reload Sharkey wants another change d their n to attack. By they Lily Forward. Her a a word on the a went. Nee u Sty cd Dine. That a blamed for the British reverses Hiir Defeated pug is to Cha henge Jeffries and Post a forfeit today. Silers View of the result the referee declares Jeffries i Mil pointed Sharkey All through a i ill Mil ii a inst the Winner. Instantly it Carriere a his staff to remain where the i Wert by the clump of Trees and alone tti11 ii Ped out into the Ope n toward i s Hart apr axed men to Lead them hints Elf to Victory. He had gone but half a mile when he reeled in. His Saddle an i fell wounded from his horse. Major i to Cost a it. Of his staff Gal Lojah. Up -.1,1 i a i Yui i iad just Reache the body of his 10 ii a tide r when he him Elf was is lot lie ail. Marquis of Lansac of state for Viv Antici severe St. A i a is he w n new said to would i $.5.00� f i i Corgi in the fight a Sharkey was ii Genci fought Cie pointed Shari except Ion of York nov. To Havi Vav id 4. A Rejha Ter this iring the Day Pir another bout e Siler who it ii today t up a or led by j i Cut b ital a through few rounds Mes was aggressive Ami led Many of his blows while appear to land on in Tri of the Mark. The he Tom Sharkey morning he Ost a Cheek for with Jeffries. Cd As referee Batt Hilt. Ive opinion divided on Den. Vav rite Natal c bitterly i nth soil Home while other believe he is Kila to w it it a thy than appears Fri a he u. The it fight but a Fries who a to it thut. My will Shaa in that n pet of d was i by i it Haler Al de the o Lay critic the a ii. Or to Lier i. By ill May went it Pion an re Tai h tit a lest we forget. Reia stir of Mort a on blocked Sharkey a leads repeatedly Sharkey Iii his desire to win resorted to questionable tactic.-. A it was the greatest heavyweight tight i have Ever seen Ami i think it will be a Long time before Aitch Quot another Battle takes place. Both men showed lameness and their endurance Vav Jis almost after the fight was Over last night the pugilist were taken to is turkish Bath establishments. S had i to broken rills and a latin Lier. Ile said he would have p governor Pointer s pro la but a out Lincoln. Neb. No i in ii k i v Irig it flt 4.�?governor bitter shag and t probably i he has math latter service men and Neu beat ions urges the definite criticism Bovate la nut to cant it to the a fact that ii Lay. La. Aff that is Rewe i to it or pre i sirs tailed Arent the Nava 1 Rex Pressi i i the sit Nullo in insider try. The Ian lists. I and a off Thisa As lot ing the in u table Natl f or or big Elo re ii the input on envelop herein feared to or by the it ties i Book of the Plank. Cir Lith. A by the Borrower to secure Ami definite sum of Money this is subject to taxation under the graph of schedule \. Alcove refer at the rate of 2.5 cents for each 1 fraction thereof in excess of 1 the a mount Cert a Fries out if he left shoulder i Jeffries Rem rooms until be Philadelphia i Champion expected task. Ile Bear a no blows. His left strained while less. Shirkev had not wrench the eighteenth lined at his i in Vav Hen he set a visit relative a much Miler of marm. Which Valet us re i me in Ber to express our shout Gri tit tide t Loti lie god of a tin us for the it bit a songs of Liber to which was Ai Ted his a. Nile enjoy. And crave his guidance round. Alt the off a hrs of spite to the Etui lathing the it these tastings May i per it Etc a jilt for ate ii. A pm a Evv lodging with grateful. The bet my i Iris his Hai and in the Kertai Iii Hui Iii t easier our get Var nine n i his c i re or b the thru t in it to Itra Tegi p in training. I it Wina ult it robbery. Flew this after Iowa defeats Nebraska. Pledge Sharkey said Para Seffi in did n of Vav in that fight. Civ red to. Ing the decision to Hilt to was the in of �?�5tkl or est Kin i of Rol him to. And in Fries u we of not the Oti in the 111 w he a was in on the i Deal Cill tier. It Waas tiie ran kind of a St Al. I in. Tha t big stiff was h. Laying ill Over me bal of the time and a of i the pc in our Crow us seek h and a i get the r e and g the Neon the t w Ini Ith he pm am Merit u for the Wittl no 0th r alternative. W by strongly or Trixi Ltd policy. Iez a i oot it the a work the it iter were liner my new York. Nov. A. The London Eor Issue cd him following a the colonial office has received in j formation that the British troops have wit lid a w to from Olen so Ami j Coneen Tim Ted further South. J Here is j i it i Vav and engagement in that neighbourhood the i. W that Olen so has been j evacuated a another bitter Pill for j tilt British Public and is arousing fears that Continental statements of j Ai second serious defeat of general j White ii Aix prove True. \ significant j fact is that the War office does not 1 when Coleno was evacuated so Tatei Keiit which emanated to stirs Froin or. Leyds diplomatic rep Tai five of the Transvaal am Brussels the it the Boers in v c occupied Colen so i possibly True i Here is much apprehension t ii Ai t the War office is suppressing bad news. A a 0ffic als hopeful. Say the a v jcs1 British confident general m flite i Saith. Loudon nov. L the fact that the British War office 1ms received no Neva s of the situation at Ladysmith seems to effectually dispose of yesterday Continental rumours of Whites capita Ballon and Kindred stories As if the general had sustained a Evert reverse Ibert i reason to believe that general j j u Ber a would be Only too glad to Lur Ard White official announcement of cd fact to the nearest tel graph Sla. A a it i Iet is. A i j eel Hail news of h a i iou character it ached Ai for a a a a a Ito a icy in Eipur r it would lib a Quot by be promptly a inv cd to Colesburg Cape Colony nov. L the Bridge i intact. The explosions yesterday were Only signals. Burgher Dorp Yipe Colony. Nov. The Boers crossed Beth lie Bridge this morning. Three Hundred More Are expected to Cross this afternoon. Cap town. Nov. 4. The Boers Are traversing Zululand arum hoisting flags Over British magistrate. Fort tub Rhodesia get. 29.�?there have been few skirmishes with the Boers whose main body has retired southward. Kimberley Safe november i. Ineffectual Hoer tiring at Tong Range. London nov. 4.�?the Kimberley correspondent of the daily mail jul Al dispatch til november i and for wailed by Way of Grange River says the Boers Are still in Force in this Vicinity. Saturday evening our patrol was fired on in the neighbourhood of Hesselton mine. The enemy expending a Imi entity of ammunition ineffectually now ing to the Long Range. A f ree state Burgher with a Oaas from tin enemy hits brought 200 oxen into town. The enemy is reported us have three siege guns in position four Miles from we Selton. Sent to prison for life. Negro exhibit at Paris i Ianul for an k turn Ai to exposition of african Progress. Washington nov. 6.�?thomas in autoway who has just been appointed by commissioner general Back Ai special commissioner to the Baris exposition for the purim a of preparing and Inai aging Ai negro exhibit has already begun his work and will Start in a few Days upon at tour of collection for the exhibits. He a Given out the following outline of the plans a the negro exhibit Ais it name indicates is to How Ai far a possible the actual stuns if the coloured people a shown Iii their Homes schools. I farms stores churches profession and other pursuits. The amount of space is limited but sufficient to prove the 1 negroes value Ais a la Lair or. A producer a citizen. Contrasting views of Chimney Cabin with Well appointed Homes crud log schools houses with commodious school buildings in the past and present condition of the race will ii shown in a Way to remove ii 11 doubt of the rapid Progress being a made. As most of Europe is now engaged in african colonization it i i very important that those Rountrie find a hopeful View of the racial adjustment and no better Way is known than through such an exhibit new Bonk loan ruling. V in tory for Hawkeye butlers tier games. Omaha neb., nov. It. To veiny five Hundred people a the Scarlet and i Cream go Down Liefer the old Gold at the am Avenue Park hat j noon. Iowa Nebraska o. T�T�11 Iowa a vim Simp attic team Fine. The interference for Wain perfect. Chicago. Nov. the in i Chicago eleven piled up a it Ore of 44 to 0 against Burd tie Twilver slav on Marshall Field in a game that interesting by the Long runs of the Chicago backs. Philadelphia. Bai. Nov. To. \ had been expected the University of in was Defeated by Harvard. But too on Franklin Field in the pre a m e of nearly 25,100 persons. Harvard deserved the Victory because to played the better game. At no time did Benin a i Vaa no Ai have a Chance to win and the Crimson goal line was never for Ai moment menaced by the players of Iii red and Blue. Iller were no a a a a get Ion Ai i plays and the game a an Ordinary one All through. Princeton n. J., nov. In in the presence of 3,500 people with Ai cold Northwest wind blowing. Princeton Defeated Brown by the score of i to to. West. Point. By y., nov. A by the buy foot Ball team Defeated wet Point 24 too. By hard line bucking through the Center and tackles principally by Mcbride Yasic carried Tfir Bali three times Nero a the go ail line and got a fourth touchdown on Ai decision of the Umpire which was epics toned by some of the kid lines Vav to believed that Ilist cad of Ai touchdown by a a Leth id should have gone to West Point on their three Yard line. West Point a on the defensive most of the time but made gain through Yale a left t a Al several times to brei As Mon 1-e�?� my a away an like Vav rest i in. He w or the i la if i a Jeffrie e of flu Ile is i it of what liter Ahu Ter men a lies a length. Nit figh least a says Yon fouled him. Ise present. A exclaimed unwed Lovon think of i How does he com von have been up big kid. All ii Ile done to know Ling at All. Ile a Little let it of Sci Kin t. And irk admin iry rep \ tie it of tin the Wahi Herald i with a. But a e Venery Iii kit ions lotions the the by to it i Leffrieg As slim a re with dust got is thing t got a in Nee. Ile into that a lie can to s not hold tin Imereli that i ii it or ii not it of the it. I Oriel v no can for it a it led Rem ii knows How to wrestle about All he Ihns knot fight and ii bet he d the Belt Ai i it May i Gilt Jeff or. It hic ago. Nov. Bob fit Inam it Mith a Cen us i we Lintel that after full but ii i in truth it has h a ii r to it was pleased with the result fight last night. Ile says he Vii Lenge Jeffries and is confident defeat him. Of the h Hal Sinee the United $ from the Forth in Nunt aim Are. In ii there is first g ates re in fir Iveth Opin a to ii to wit and the reas of As to Why i a Frol k in Ani Ament it the Iralu is set Ermai essential or Schuble. Try a Lan. Co he Lino How to Are to that e a Tourne h from is from of the data Titi t or Lenin not Ops Heil lord t five lives lost. The Lido a eth Aga i rap Rai work toe it i a tire Iii new my Rili in York. Be w a cd. By in. A i he fire m Street yesterday destroyed More live than was at supposed. Today ii a Ira Mfd that three men sup jul. I to in s Ife cannot be found. Roger Dipasca. Vav to was a so Rte a missing iat night turned lip All right. A revival list of the missing follows John ii. Weir superintendent of tin Manhattan cd company. Michael on la it Engineer. I hurl Smith Packer. Ai Lier t Rush burnisher. Max Albin Riveter. Weir Bush and Albin were at work on the third floor when the fire was discovered. It is to Ihie they were suffocated. Smith and oni in were in the basement. No Trace of the men o ii id lie found this morning. V for a. In Foni a insure to other alternative. That Are realizing it is shown a1 disintegration front Agui Izo a St advices show a very de i vement in the situation. I a Early termination of the it. I firmly believe that the it already dropped out of Ludlow coming h0m5. 4 tiled i ladle cabled he i in Tulia to of fair. On. Nov 4. Brea Confer in her general of Havana. Cum vol a to a i jut a trip is of Brt of j is said higher i Knees to in i to at Hith the but to m the jeered Era Hie Point or vat by Root Arin civil Richard hone k sentenced of a i killing of Koeller. Chicago. Nov a Richard Hong of of Herman mu., va1 sentenced to the Neid four miners killed. Rurico under tons of dirt Iii a Pennsylvania tot Lier or. Mahanoy Plain a nov. A. A to s men were kill let a. Two Erio isly injury and one had a narrow a a Cao from �1� .11ti by it i Rush a if dirt in the mine opt i tel by Lawrence a Brown Ini Yvett Ruay. Tie dead fire George boxs11ks, of m Ihana a Plain. Hugh Al in a hns i. V. Of Maseville Joseph Bux hit is. . I tin Michael aka big of Maz Villee. Those a Sjur Ltd Are John Curry. Mehnet if Una a lovers doubtful. The men had let Etti ent into a k Way to remove a Larto a Quantity of Lush which had worked into the place through a new Reso h Whit h the pm inv was null Iii with it Lirt from the t. 111 r a half hour Tater the was i said a of dirt for it a . And before the men could escape hundreds of tons of fell at the head of his men particular in regard to general by Ilion a Atli. it. Nov j. The War office has res indent of the world says the trite Story of Bow sir general William in no Symons got his mortal. Wound Ait the Battle of Glencoe i known at the War office Here. Lint Hanoi yet been told it the English pre it. It is tin open secret in flu it i i circles. The extreme vagueness of the accounts published Pkt Only suggest i that full information was being kept Back and i succeeded today in until i thing the mystery. General Symons who a in command of the British forces at Glencoe. Wai trying1 to drive the Hoer i from the Hills thee had seized. A Flag Law knocked out. 1111 it is i i us Ding the use purposes i Tut ional by j court on the tug informers cont retry to to tending to pm Trout court declare i la ii a 11 ii t Ion a i. Nov i the stat jaw of a use of the flax for comm it oui the a Mer Hobart doing Well. Vice president s a on i it Ion More i re it it raging. Paterson. N. A. Nov. 4. To Ai. vice president Hobart spent a Good night with a satisfactory amount of rid and the t a a position to Alloy logo to South of Jit t a turn was a tag that we have. Fur own so far. A not Only have the ins Ives deter splendid altar push them to be but surprising Milita cities. I hey his every Garrison we variably occupied a positions fighting v against such a foe it isolated far front their Dixie out Hope of Relief for Days has not Only done splendid a gained successes such a lure to believe no other a a the world place in similar and in similar unfortunate c j could have achieved i a ii is t Vav ii e in tug list Alger although this May fairly us a represent the conservative i lit j Pinion its referent the opposition As pre ing of troops in goo erroneous. Since the to i the Ladysmith disaster r Laud there has been a Stoi it ver the head of not White. But of the secret for War. The Marquis of and this emanates not so opponents of the governs its warmest supporters. Ablest of the latter have in saving privately that Inal neglect has been i sending at least 10,0u� in fore or by october 4, and Lansdowne hands were tied by i or Powers he ought to exculpate himself beyond Shadow of suspicion. The failure to Send out too my enough cannot be charged to the of position for Parlia Ireni was not then sitting. If there were any intention to hold Natal at All cos s in adequate Force should have been sent out by october 4. When the excuse that such reinforcements might be taken both Boers As a menace no longer held Good As Indian troops were already on the Way. An official answers it Rit Kristn. Hearing these criticisms in unexpected quarters the correspondent of the associated pres repeated them to a High government official. While non committal regarding the failure to Send reinforcements earlier this official declared that the Broad lines of the policy affecting Natal hid be a much Misun Derston. A we Are often asked said a Why we sent sir George Stewart White no to the neck of Natal tinier we were sure he could hold it. Ltd a steering the tremendous reinforcements now on the Way to him. It occurs to almost everybody at first sight the we ought to have retired without risking engagements but it is forgotten what would happen in Natal unless. We made a vigorous stand there. A Natal hts risked her Little All on let half of the Empire mid the least we can do is to risk something ourselves and prevent the overrunning of her prosperous towns and Rich Fields by the hordes of the enemy. Burely military considerations i admit might i hint to the fact that we ought imme to have withdrawn from our its. But purely minus have sometimes to o the interests of the Manv go it gtd lives dirt tilled the Gangway. A Nanic of men was immediate it to j Coit qui it Ted by Iii -t.itt. Tic is a watch work rescuing i men. Curry and Dan it the action from the shelter of a she were extricated but the other four a Jinp of tre,._ target such a the unfortunates could nut be Rem a i. When collateral Are pledged. Pledge tax must be paid. Washington nov. 6.�? commis Tonet Wilson of the internal Revenue Bureau 1 decided that when Bani a i ten Tiai for Lite today fur the murder no j Juu Nev without Laking Prousis 1 it a Orv Uva a Orv not and collateral die a i my id guv i its . Itaf a1 i. R a believe Ain was murdered. Des Moines. La. Nov. 4.�?after St Long delay the Coronet s jury i a i m it work of its investigation of a death of Mabel Schofield. All the evidence tends to support the belief that the girl was murdered. The office hate been unable to i Sovei atty evidence i to the identity of flu tit or defers and the mystery a a deep Ever. Man i ready i n a it re end oni nent. A termed to Twenty Quot Rar a pledged As a re Unity for a certain a l definite sum of Money a evidence and Rudyard Kipling Houe i Anont has been oftener i of a i nit. Or Lio efs Sharp Hooter Delight in. Leu their Bullet fell Short. A tin action grew hot and the British font a Willering badly. General Symon or 11cd the Dublin Fusilier and tin Kine Royal rifles to Advance on the main position of the Boers. The Burgher marksmen met the Advance Quot till a galling tire. I he line was red. T he officers rallied their men i hey rushed Forward it the face of a withering Hail of Bullet. Hut again the lire wavered. I Are of their Gal hot Leader were not. Doce More the undaunted Idle r sleep. Ile is now Iii a Natal at 2 of clock Fri Ai Tenio was Adeep. During the Tat the Forenoon the patient Wibright and conversed Freeh Vav i be. Ii Shep. Filart r part of s in Unity a with his cause offers fir. Nent r la a a they have of sir Wil Frederick i ban stir Africa has nos under act Klov Staci Nesif. New York. N statement show Reserve Fie re Loans. I spec i Lexa depo the i or prep a All to i Tiou. <1et-rease1decreased tenders debt a t Remet an a ring i Vav heir r mrs. I los i Hai 4.�?the hold mss. Bradley Ion for i to i o the i Diatel advanced posits j tary considerate i Ive subordinated Empire and. Al thongs i have been lost in the been wasted acceptance of the Ham la exormae. Treves and other pm j Gens Fogt a service Iii i drawn attention to the scrim Manning of the army medic the total strength of the de i i Only 40. Which is 20 per be the figures of forty years a i t nut in fifty officers below the i minimum decided upon in i state of affairs is due doubtless to the j insufficient compensation offered several Small detachments a con try Veoni Narv Are going out. In in pendent of the War office to the seat of War on the Chance of joining the Imperial Hight horse. Lord Louisda e anti lord Harris both yeomanry officers Are aiding this Modem d it b j t despite its up and Downs the Brella i always a rain no Favot Ite
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